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Jamila Gowdy

Dedication to…
This is for all the military families in our world who go unnoticed. I want you to know that there are people who
are thinking about and who care about you. So keep your head up high and keep pressing on.
Special thanks to…..
GirlScout troops 1040, 347, 1093
My mom and dad,
and Ralph Williams
And the USO

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Table of contents:

Part 1: Dear blank (letters from children to parents)


Pages: 5-7
Part 2: Hi Babe (letters from parents to children)
Pages: 9-11
Part 3: thank you for your service (letters from the community to those who serve)
Pages: 13-30
Authors Note:
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Part three:
Thank you for your service

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MAIL CALL

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his was created not only to entertain its audience, but to raise awareness on a topic that is not normal-
ly confronted in the house hold. I the author of the book have a special connection with this subject
because both of my parents serve in the military. My mother is a commander in the Navy reserve and
my father is a Master Gunnery Sergeant in the Marine Corps. Many men and women who serve don’t
receive the amount of appreciation that they should, and their children who stay home don’t get as much help as
they need. I hope that with this book I will open up the eyes of Americans and maybe just maybe we can unite to
help those who go unnoticed for their everyday service.